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Banner Jones is a modern, progressive law firm who are always seeking to recruit the best candidates to help drive their business forward. As well as being part of a friendly, professional team, Banner Jones offers a range of benefits to their staff, including:
You will be eligible for discounts on legal services
We run a contributory pension scheme with one of the top pension providers.
We offer a competitive holiday allowance enhanced by a discretionary office closure over Christmas.
Everyone receives an annual personal development and training plan, along with a generous study leave allowance for those taking exams.
In some of our offices there is an option for staff parking in accordance with the company policy. All of our offices have kitchen facilities with free refreshments.
We host an annual staff dinner to bring everyone together and celebrate our business successes. Throughout the year we participate in social and sporting events with other local businesses.
HEALTH & WELLBEING
Staff can access the voluntary corporate membership to Westfield Health. Maternity/paternity, holidays and sickness pay are enhanced according to length of service. We have also signed the Menopause pledge showing our commitment to supporting staff going through the Menopause, and the Dying to Work pledge to support staff going through terminal illness.
We are a very family friendly firm, offering flexible working arrangements wherever possible to assist working parents.
We participate in a voluntary childcare voucher scheme.
A Great Place To Work
It is important to us that our staff enjoy working for Banner Jones and we are passionate about their career development and progression. Find out more about why our staff at Banner Jones think it's a great place to work...
- Property Executive
Jade Louise Cody
- Associate Legal Executive
Joined in 2012
- Will Writer
Joined in 2014
Joined in 2017